Paul
Howard Brenton’s play Paul is the extraordinary story of St Paul, whose faith and fanatical commitment, in the playwright’s view, was as important in establishing the Christian religion as Christ himself.

Tim Minchin
Tim Minchin steps on stage looking, as usual, like the love child of a young Iggy Pop, Ludwig van Beethoven and a rabbit stuck in my headlights.

A History of Motion Pictures
Frank Bren’s A History of Motion Pictures is a fast and furious theatrical shadow play of films and film-making in the early twentieth century, that rockets along at a great rate like an early silent film.

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Escaped Alone | Red Stitch Actors Theatre

Heralded for her sharply observed social commentary and imaginative theatrical experimentation, Caryl Churchill has been prolific since her first work for stage premiered at London’s Royal Court Theatre Upstairs in 1972.

THRONES! The Musical Parody

Fast and ferocious, frequently profane and fleetingly profound, THRONES! The Musical Parody is a hilarious romp for both diehard GOT fans and casual viewers… if there even is such a thing!

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street | TEG Life Like Company

This show features a great cast in an unambitious production of a classic musical in an awful theatre.

The Return of Ulysses | Pinchgut Opera

Pinchgut Opera is a national treasure. This wonderful opera is hardly known in Australia, and to have it so completely brought to life is a gift of enormous proportions.

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Hamilton to premiere in Sydney 2021

Hamilton will make its Australian premiere at the Sydney Lyric Theatre in a new production beginning March 2021.

Sweeney Todd

For six shows only in both Melbourne and Sydney, legendary leading man Anthony Warlow and the incomparable Gina Riley are teaming up for a barber-ous bake off in Stephen Sondheim’s and Hugh Wheeler’s thrilling musical masterpiece – Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.

18th Bangalow Music Festival 2019

The 18th Bangalow Music Festival 2019 (BMF) has unveiled its stellar 18th BMF program under the theme of Conversations through Chamber Music.

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